News broke (via Mike Garafolo) that the Pittsburgh Steelers will be bringing back long-time quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger back under centre for the 2021 season. But with a Quarterback carousel expected in the 2021 offseason and plethora of College Quarterbacks declaring for the draft, are there better or more viable options for the Steelers moving forward?
As the dust begins to settle after the Steelers utterly embarrassing exit from the NFL playoffs at the hands of the Baker Mayfield led Browns, there are decisions that the franchise has to make heading into the offseason.
His off-the-field activity may ward off some potential suitors such as the receiver-needy Patriots, but there will be a solid market for him considering he can really ball when he wants to.
It was announced on Monday that the New York Jets had agreed to trade middle linebacker Avery Williamson to the Pittsburgh Steelers as well as a 2022 seventh round pick.
As the NFL trade deadline approaches on Tuesday November 3rd, NFL teams are searching for that mid-season deal that can change their fortunes. Mark Gill evaluates some potential trades for the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pittsburgh has had a nearly perfect slate of five games to start its 2020 NFL campaign. The team is currently leading the AFC North with a 5-0 record and is the only club with a 5-0 record in the AFC alongside its next opponent, the Titans. The Steelers have won three out of their five games by more than one possession, Ben Roethlisberger has led a terrific offense and the defense is one of the very best in the NFL.
Le'Veon Bell and the New York Jets have severed their ties. One year removed from agreeing a 4-year $52.5 million contract; it's just the latest saga under Adam Gase's reign that has sent this franchise spiralling into near disaster.
The 2020 NFL season is less than a week away and whilst every team has aspirations of getting to the Super Bowl, only two of them will achieve that dream. Here are four teams that have to be in ‘win now’ mode.
With rookie mini-camps cancelled and preseason effectively out of the window, there has never been a tougher time to be a rookie in the NFL. Gone are the preamble games where previous unknown stars are given the platform to impress, absent are the moments to impress the coaching staff when the limelight shines.
For seemingly the last time, both the AFC and NFC conferences sent six teams apiece to the post season in the 2019-20 season. As of the 2020-2021 campaign, the NFL playoffs will expand to 14 teams, one extra from each conference, as per the new collective bargaining agreement.
Former number one overall pick Jameis Winston is currently slated to hit free agency in lieu of an offer from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Where could the former Alabama quarterback end up this offseason?
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
The 2019 season however, was a strange one for the Steelers as it could be seen as both a win and a loss. After opening up against the defending champions New England Patriots and getting absolutely blown away, they then went into week two and lost their future hall of fame quarterback for the season due to an elbow injury.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been searching around for a new offensive coordinator after scoring a mere nine points in their wild card game against the Seattle Seahawks on January 4. Notably, former NFL star wide receiver and 14-year Pittsburgh Steelers veteran Hines Ward is interested in helping out on that side of the ball.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin’s season couldn’t have got off to a worse start this year. In the season opener, the team lost longtime franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for the season in a defeat to the New England Patriots. They then proceeded to drop the following two games to the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.